The Father of Freedom

J. WRIGLEY .Publisher, of Songs, Ballad’s and Toy Books, Conversation, Age, and Small Playing Cards, Alphabet, Wood Blocks, Valentines, Motto Verses, and Cut Motto Paper & c. No. 27 Chatham Street (OPPOSITE CITY HALL PARK) NEW YORK

The Father of Freedom.

Come forth every true son of Freedom,
And you that to monarchs, were bound;
While I sing of our country’s brave father,
Through the world shall his praises resound.
He fought with the legions of Europe,
Who in arms and in battle are famed;
But he ne’er struck the Hag of his country,
Till the freedom he fought for was gain’d,
Till the freedom he fought for was gain’d.
Till the freedom he fought for was gain’d
But he ne’er struck the flag of his country,
Till the freedom he fought for was gain’d.

When first on our shores the foe landed,
To claim our sweet country so dear;
Our rights, our liberty and freedom,
Which to every American is dear.
Brave Washington stood forward to meet them,
And defended his brave country so true,
Where the proud Eagle soars unmolested,
O’er the land of the Red, White, and Blue,
O’er the land of the Red, White, and Blue,
O’er the land of the Red, White, and Blue,
Where the proud Eagle soars unmolested;
O’er the land of the Red, White, and Blue.

Should our land e’er again be invaded,
Or her sons by tyranny oppressed;
Think of him that has gain’d your sweet freedom,
George Washington the brave and the blest.
Let his name through all nations be sounded,
And let every American so true
Like him fight for liberty and freedom,
‘Neath the shade of the Red, White, and Blue,
‘Neath the shade of the Red, White, and Blue,
‘Neath the shade of the Red, White, and Blue.
Like him fight for liberty and freedom,
‘Neath the shade of the Red, white, and Blue.

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